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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Encore un "Truffaut" des plus passables ! L'ennui récurrent se partage avec une constante fadeur, pour le plus grand déplaisir du spectateur déçu et plutôt malmené... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Mark Garrett's rating of the film Two English Girls

  3. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Two English Girls

    The skeleton key may be the opening credits: the notes (Truffaut's?) jotted in the margins of a copy of the book, mapping the relations between its heroes. This B-side to Jules and Jim, about the different ways people live their lives and the different pains that follow, achieves peak resonance when it stands back and turns itself into a story to be contemplated from the outside by old souls reflecting on youth.

  4. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film Two English Girls

  5. El Biffo's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Based on a story by the author of Jules and Jim, in the same telegraph style, and also about a love triangle. A lovely love film.

  6. Ethan's rating of the film Two English Girls

    This would make a great double bill with Jules and Jim.

  7. jchandleroc's rating of the film Two English Girls

  8. Isabel Carreño's rating of the film Two English Girls

  9. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Leaud's character never seems able to be honest about his feelings, or his failures. Youth ebbs away, and memories curdle towards bitterness.

  10. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Arguments for & against how literature & art impact psychology & perspective. TWO ENGLISH GIRLS is literary cinema in the best sense of the term. No, Truffaut, like his pupil Desplechin, is not deeply invested in sculpting time & space with formal rigor. Instead, Truffaut's practical mise en scene is thematic & utterly reflective. These characters are sculptures, landscapes, shimmering & stock-still. Truffaut's best?

  11. Cyril Schreiber's rating of the film Two English Girls

  12. Odile~'s rating of the film Two English Girls

    Nostalgia de la juventud perdida. Simplemente preciosa. " (...) El cineasta que mejor ha retratado jamás todas las posibilidades y vertientes acerca del amor humano, consigue una de las películas más humanas que trata acerca del amor y de la importancia del sexo, o como decía Roché, de la parte física del amor" (Fuente: Miradas)

  13. Arf's rating of the film Two English Girls

  14. Dombl's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Another Roché and another great film by Truffaut!

  15. Anj R's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Pretty but unsubstantial. Jean Pierre Leaud looked amazing throughout

  16. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Así va la cosa. En primera una historia sobre un triángulo amoroso se avista. Luego es la inclinación a la hermana bella, luego a la hostil, de regreso a la otra, y nuevamente a la segunda. Truffaut pinta los modos de amar, el abierto y el que llega con devoción. Ninguno es desdeñable, ambos son proyección del alma porque hasta el más hermético descubre sus sentimientos, y es en ese camino que madura.

  17. Dalibor's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Drama in this one is absolutely non-existing.

  18. teresa romã's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Marvellous portrait of a love triangle. I loved the tragique-ish end quite a lot and Jean-Pierre is one of the most brilliant actors of all time.

  19. Lefteris Becerra's rating of the film Two English Girls

    el caramelo por cuenta de truffaut, lo bueno es que acaba imponiéndose el delicado sabor roché

  20. tiagovitoria's rating of the film Two English Girls

    And that's how artful romantic pieces should always work out.

  21. Mikhael Tarigan's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Liked it better than Jules et Jim. Plus Jean-Pierre Leaud's wardrobe is exceptional.

  22. Gonzalo Caride's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Kubrick has "Fear and Desire", Coppola "Dementia 13" and Truffaut this thing... Some time it's just impossible to comprehend why some movies were made... At least Coppola and Kubrick had their excuse, it was their first one... But Truffaut... why? PS: And no, I didn't forget about "Jack" by Coppola... I guess he needed money, loads of money.

  23. chanandre's rating of the film Two English Girls

    [Cinémathèque PT #387: 35 mm] (2006) non?

  24. Andrei Rus's rating of the film Two English Girls

    Until watching this film on the big screen I haven't actually realised how great it is. Truffaut's maniacal control is at its height here. Try see it in a cinema!

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